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of a conflict. >> bob deans of the natural resources defense council is among those opposing the pipeline for environmental reasons. his group's online publication brought rice's investments to light. white house press secretary was asked thursday if that would pose a conflict. >> i'm not going to speculate about a personnel decision the president has not made, a nomination he has not put forward. >> the trans canada holding is just one part of a sizable portfolio for rice and her husband, who is from canada. the estimates the couple's net worth between 23.5 million and $43.5 million as of 2009. her financial link to trans canada was not an issue in her current position as u.s. ambassador to the u.n. if she became secretary of state, ethics rules would require action such as divesting her holdings linked to the keystone pipeline. a spokeswoman said in a statement, ambassador rice has complied with annual financial disclosure and applicable ethics requirements related to her service in the u.s. government and is committed to continuing to meet these obligations. while the nrdc is speaking
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is the united states about to get involved in syria's 20-month-old conflict? out front tonight, bob baer, peter brooks. nice to have both of you with us. bob, what do you think when does the united states get involved? >> i think the fact they're mixing it is highly alarming, of course. if they start deploying this, if they start putting it on artillery shells, if it looks like they're going to really fire this stuff, you know, i don't see any choice but we're going to have to go in. the west is completely -- what i'd also like to say is, that with the alloites, the regime that runs syria, would they use it? absolutely. if their back is against the wall and they think they're going to go down, they will use any of these binary gases that would stop the revolt, what they would -- they are that desperate. i don't know that they're at that point, but if they do, we really have to think about going in. >> you've long been critical of how the administration has been handling this, do you think they should be intervening? >> there's a lot more we could have done. this red line, which i think is a goo
family, bob and his children, julia and bobby. bob, i want to ask you about a friend of yours who is a basketball coach here in town, who has two children attending sandy hook. one of those children was a first grader who witnessed something absolutely unbelievable. i want you to recount for me the story if you will. >> absolutely. just spoke to him an hour or so ago. his young son was in class, and the shooter broke into the classroom, front of his eyes gunned down the teacher, he was astute to take a couple of students and ran out the door behind the back of the shooter and ran out of the school and continued to run for about a half a mile until he hit the main road. a stranger picked up the kids and took them to the newtown police department. unbeknownst to the parents, when they went to talk to the state troopers and parents, her son was unaccounted for. go door to door, look in the woods, and for an hour or so, they had no idea where their son was. they called the police department a couple of times, had no record of him being there and finally after about an hour and a half,
there is no relation between aspergers and violence. bob and susan wright, grandparent of a child with autism and the founders of autism speaks say this -- autism did not cause this horror, the profound tragedy of these senseless murdered will be compounded if it -- against people with autism, but according to a leading medical book, here are some of the behaviors. one, shows a lack of empathy. two, acts up with intense tantrums and three, shows aggression to others and to self. i spoke with bob earlier and asked him how he's so sure why autism wasn't a part of why this tragedy happened? >> well, there's been, there have been a number of studies, very large studies done with autistic children. dr. catherine lord spoke with one this morning "the new york times" and went through the whole thing thoroughly. the result of it is that there is less likelihood of a child with autism to have an aggression against other people than there is for typical children, so not only is there no evidence that supports the fact that they are violent to other people, but they are actually less violent towards oth
in syria's 20 month old conflict? "outfront" tonight, bob bair, peter brooks was under president george w. bush. bob, i'm going to start with you if i can. so, at what point do you think the administration gets involved? is what we've seen now this sense they're creating weapons, is that enough? >> it's not enough. i think the fact they're mixing it is highly alarming, of course. if they start deploying this, if they start putting it on artillery shells, if it looks like they're really going to fire this stuff, i don't see any choice but we're going to have to go in. the west is completely, what i'd also like to say is that with the minority regime that runs s syria, would they use it, absolutely. if they're back is against the wall and they think they're going to go down, they will use any of these binary gases that would stop the revolt. i don't know they're at that point, but if they do, we really have to think about going in. >> so, peter, you've long been critical of how the administration has been handling this. do you think they should already be intervening? >> this red line which
the gangnam style. if you did the gangnam style, your approval ratings might go up. out front, bob mcclintock, sir, appreciate you taking time. you're still in the capitol. we showed your colleagues going home on a wednesday night after working a three-day week. obviously, that's an image that frustrates so many americans. why are people going home before getting this done? >> unfortunately, we're not using the standard process where the house passes its version, the senate passes its version and then a conference committee, a process evolved over centuries is very good at resolving impasses like this between the two houses. unfortunately, none of that's being used. >> in that plan john boehner put $800 billion on the table. he said he would close loopholes and those people would pay more money. you're a member of the tea party caucus. some in your caucus have slammed the plan, jim demint among them. do you think john boehner is the guy who's going to get this done? is he going to be able to lead your party to consensus? >> i don't know the answer to that question. what he's trying to
for structural entitlement reform. i think there are a lot of people including senator bob corker this past weekend and others who have come to embrace that view. i think that it makes a lot of sense for republicans partly because i think if we do wind up going over the fiscal cliff as they say, it's psychologically likely to have a big impact. >> are you getting sources to tell you that's what's in the offers? great philosophy, but on paper? >> the thing is that mechanically would be the easiest thing to do. the trouble is if you do not take that approach, one thing we've heard, for example, is that president obama might embrace a tax rate lower than 39.6%. 37%, 36%, 38%. but if you do that, then actually republicans will have to put their stamp on such a deal, whereas if they actually just allow that part to expire, then they're saying you know what, we did our part but we didn't actually embrace that increase, which to me makes sense. >> let me throw out the speaker. he made comments earlier today. since they came in so late we want to play what he had to say about the latest rounds of o
or the appearance of a conflict. >> bob deans of the natural resources defense council is among those opposing the pipeline for environmental reasons. his group's online publication brought rice's investments to light. white house press secretary was asked thursday if that would pose a conflict. >> i'm not going to speculate about a personnel decision the president has not made, a nomination he has not put forward. this is bipartisan. i don't care whether you're a democrat or a republican. i'm sorry. i'm trying not to sneeze. but you're going to love this. the house will be in session 126 days. that includes eight days in january and two in august. i mean, you have to have august off, right? france. compare that to the average american worker to works about 230 days a year. writer for the national review and maria, a cnn contributor. i'm sure we can all agree we would love that schedule. especially if your compensation remained what it was. now, eric cantor, being serious here, says the new calendar allows lawmakers a week a month to spend back at home. when ip did the math, 126 days in washin
former cia operative and contributor bob bayer to show you what the impact of a single shell of gas would be in launched on homs in syria. the large swath of the city that would be affected. it's estimated about 18,000 people would be killed in a day. let's get straight to barbara starr. and barbara, what have you learned tonight? >> well, you know, as tragic and serious as this is for the people of syria, this now has regional implications throughout the middle east. intelligence services from israel, turkey, jordan, lebanon, all the countries surrounding syria are talking with the united states around the clock about this very scenario because if there were to be god forbid a chemical attack, the concern is some could drift across borders. worse even as tragic as that would be, what if the regime collapses, terrorists move in, insurgent groups move in and grab some chemical material. they could take it across the borders into the neighbors countries and have a full fledged crisis in the region. >> there has been talk that assad may try and seek asylum. what are you being told about that
protecting the rights of disabled people failed to pass a senate vote. bob dole supported it. john mccain, a lot of the republicans frankly killed it based on made up facts. you'll hear from ted kennedy jr. tonight. that's a picture of his dad taken about six years after he lost his leg. also, gary tuckman has a report as bizarre as it is troubling. hundreds of children, they were picking pecans instead of being in school. the leader is warren jeffs, they ran away when gary showed up with the camera. what's worse, the kids aren't being paid, but someone was and we'll also talk to the photographer who took the now infamous photographs of the man killed in new york and what he saw through his lens and what other people did and did not do on that subway flat form. all at the top of the hour. >>> now, our fifth story "outfront." new jersey's republican governor, chris christie, was at the white house on capitol hill today asking for more funding for his storm ravaged state. as republicans in washington continue to slam the president for additional spending is well, perhaps problematic. ch
john boehner had overall numbers and no breakdown. i want to play to you what senator bob corker said yesterday about what he thought john boehner should do to get what he wants on entitlement said. >> a lot of people are putting forth a theory. and i actually think it has merit where you go ahead and give the president the 2% increase that he is talking about. >> i mean, he would be so happy, terry, if he got that, right? that's what he said he's going to get, he's not going to bend on. what if you gave it to him and said in exchange, here is my list? maybe he would do that deal. >> i'm not sure that he's looking for a policymaker. i think he's looking for a political victory. he wants to do the dance in the end zone. and i believe at this point that negotiations that will result in something substantive, what we're going to get is a package that really nobody likes. we're going to have entitlement reform which the democrats have to swallow. they understand that's the big chunk of the federal debt that's looming over us. and republicans have already talked about moving revenue number
, bob. we did. got it. >>> well, washington's division and dysfunction threatened our economic recovery, some american cities are working their way back after decades of tough times. recently, i traveled to youngstown, ohio, and caught a glimpse of hope deep in the rust belt. >> this is your father's first restaurant? >> the first one. >> what street was it, do you remember? >> wick avenue. >> wick avenue. >> my grandmother's lived in youngstown, ohio, for more than 95 years. >> yes, i've seen it in many different phases. my grandfather came here from greece. he opened a restaurant, the american dream. >> but he taught himself english. he taught himself to read the newspaper, and he became a very successful businessman. as he would say, only in america. youngstown was prosperous, and downtown youngstown was really prosperous. it was wonderful to go to downtown youngstown and be all dressed up in gloves and hat and going in and out of the shops and having lunch downtown. it was exciting. >> but that prosperity didn't last. youngstown ohio was the manufacturing backbone of this country bu
? who would have thought? i did. we did, bob. we did. got it. [ female announcer ] almost nothing can dampen a baby's mood, when he wakes up dry in pampers. unlike other diapers, pampers has 3 absorbent layers, for up to 12 hours of protection overnight, and more beautiful mornings. ♪ pampers. peaceful nights. playful days. >>> our second story "outfront," arming your child's principal. tonight, arizona's attorney general tom horn back to plan to arm principals with a gun that could be used in an emergency like the horrific school shooting in newtown, connecticut. but are more guns in our schools really the answer? "outfront" tonight, ryan, political analyst, roland martin. good to see you. is this just playing up to the nra or a plausible solution? >> it's certain ly not a plausible solution, but the problem is, there are no plausible solutions. there's a guy, a criminalnologist who wrote a great piece about this. the thing with mass shootings, these guys are well prepared. and so, the idea from the right that you're dpoipg going to arm politician official, have them at every schoo
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